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Thread: Combining CC1, CC2, and CC3

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    Eoin Kenny is offline Senior Member
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    Whatever is going to get you working out, is good! I wouldn't stress too much about you split it up, it comes down to "what works for you". I know that's cliche, but there you have it.

    I think you'd be crazy personally to not do grip AFTER leg raises and calves AFTER squats, it's just way more time efficient. I can't speak for explosive work or neck training as I don't do them. But I imagine (if you only do a few reps of CC3) then it would be good to do before strength training.
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    Lt_Dan is offline Senior Member
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    In my opinion, CC3 is poor "cardio". Coach makes no mention of using it as such. But do what works for you. If you want cardio, a tabata session of wind sprints is excellent and less than 5 minutes. Granted, a workout consisting of CC3, CC1 and CC2 (in that order) can be lengthy, and probably doesn't work for some, but that's how coach lays it out.
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    Wolfeye is offline Banned
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    Just doing one thing to the next without rest would work for cardio, as well. I think those are called "supersets."
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    Again, thanks all.

    Sorry for the questions. It's probably because I'm still a beginner, and don't have that much experience under my belt.

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